Local places to be going this summer

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Summer is approaching, and with all that free time, students may need some things to do. Here are four local places to head to this summer. 

Tidal Cove Waterpark:

This waterpark is located in Aventura and contains everything from water rides to pools. It’s a fun place to hit up with friends or family, as there’s lots of rides to keep you occupied. When you’re done with the rides, there are restaurants and cabanas for lounging and eating, making it the perfect balance of fun and rest. Find more info here.

Hard Rock Hotel:

If you’re looking for a night of fun and music then look no further than the Hard Rock hotel. There is a local location in Hollywood. This hotel includes concerts, a pool and lots of spas to keep you occupied for as long as you stay. Reserve your stay here.

Bal Harbour:

Bal Harbour is perfect for a night full of luxurious shopping experiences. Bal Harbour contains lots of high end shopping from Goyard to Louis Vuitton. It also contains many luxurious restaurants such as Le Zoo. It’s the perfect place for a high end shopping experience or to grab a nice meal with friends. See more here.

Palm Beach:

If you’re looking for a nice staycation, the county of Palm Beach is a good choice. This area contains a beautiful beach, tons of shopping plazas containing a plethora of  stores and tons of activities. There is plenty of fun to keep you occupied from snorkeling to jet skiing to shopping to help supply all of your interests. If you’re looking for a colorful stay you can stay at the Colony Hotel, which is a pink hotel in Palm Beach and has a unique and bright feel. If you want a hotel filled with fun and events then stay at The Breakers, which includes many pool and beach activities in its resort and a world-famous brunch people travel for. Find more at DiscoverPalm Beach. 

If you’re going to Palm Beach look no further than the Breakers. This hotel provides not only a scenic landscape of Palm Beach, but also has a deep rooted history with the area. It was founded in 1896, which is older than the city of Palm Beach itself. (Photo/Flickr)